Invincible Fury: Hookers and cocaine after the victory

the World has perhaps always a little known that the boxer Tyson Fury was special. Before the noise against Deontay Wilder did the 31-year-old 'Gypsy King'

Invincible Fury: Hookers and cocaine after the victory

the World has perhaps always a little known that the boxer Tyson Fury was special. Before the noise against Deontay Wilder did the 31-year-old 'Gypsy King'

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
23 February 2020 Sunday 17:00
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Invincible Fury: Hookers and cocaine after the victory

the World has perhaps always a little known that the boxer Tyson Fury was special.

Before the noise against Deontay Wilder did the 31-year-old 'Gypsy King' his best to keep all in the faith. He delivered the one bizarre announcements after the other. And the hungry, and the press ate up all of the stories raw, whether it was about to perform lots of oral sex in order to strengthen his jaw for even to dip his hands in petrol to burn them.

But before he hit the boxing ring, he had made a claim on flidspræmien: Hookers and cocaine.

- When this is over, I just have a lot of cocaine and hookers. You can get something better than that? asked Fury if under the program the Daily Caller.

the Issue we just hang in the air, early-morning Sunday local time he surprised yet again. Tyson Fury ravaged the WBC verdensmestertitlen in the heavyweight. With a swept blitzregnen again in addition to the 206 centimers tall man.

Fury and Wilder have otherwise both managed to be unbeaten in their careers and have combined 71 professional victories and zero defeats. But british Fury dominated the fight, and the american was sent to the count of 3. and 5. place.

It is actually the second time that Tyson Fury will be world champion. The first time he won the title with a view over Vladimir Klitschko, but the tense leg, for with a positive tests.

Last year, he came back seven pounds heavier than the last, where he boxed a draw against Deontay Wilder.

And on Sunday, it was so settled, when the american heavyweight had to realize that it was over. He reached seventh place, as there was cost for the towel in the ring.

A hasty decision, says Wilders, head coach Jay Deas.

- If it stood to me, he should have continued. But there was another trainer who threw in the towel on their own initiative, says Jay Deas, according to several u.s. media.

Completely covert was the gesture after all, not, for under the nævekampen ran so much blood from Wilders ear, the 34-year-old american had a walk past the hospital for the security check.

He must now do away with himself, whether he will meet the Fury, once again, in a third rematch.

In the meantime, Tyson Fury made himself ready to face Anthony Joshua, who got revenge in its WORLD cup match against Andy Ruiz in december and is the second heavyweight champion of the WBO, WBA, IBO and IBF.

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Updated: 23.02.2020 17:00
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